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Job description

Organisation: New Economics Foundation (NEF) in partnership with The Runnymede Trust
Location: Flexible within the UK
Salary: 50,306 - 52,962(depending on experience)
Contract: Full-time, 2-year fixed-term

About the Role:

Are you passionate about tackling inequality and systemic injustice? Join us as a Senior Community Organiser on the groundbreaking Power to Prosper project, a partnership between the New Economics Foundation and The Runnymede Trust. This initiative aims to address the underlying causes of poverty, inequality, and problem debt in the United Kingdom, focusing on racial equity and community empowerment.

Key Responsibilities:

● Leadership and Strategy: Lead and manage a team of community organisers working in partnership with organisations across multiple locations in the UK. Develop and implement a comprehensive community organising strategy aligned with the project's goals.

● Community Engagement: Coach and support community organisers in building relationships and mobilising impacted communities, particularly those from Black and minority ethnic backgrounds, single-parent families, and households with disabled members.

● Campaign Development: Collaborate with partner organisations to design and execute impactful campaigns that address economic inequalities and advance racial justice.

● Capacity Building: Equip community members with organising and leadership skills to take collective action on local, regional, and national issues related to inequality, poverty, and problem debt.

● Research Collaboration: Work closely with research teams to integrate participatory action research (PAR) methodologies into community engagement activities. Analyse qualitative data and contribute to evidence-based advocacy.

Required Skills and Experience:

● Demonstrable experience in community organising, leadership, and campaign development.

● Strong commitment to racial justice and anti-racism, with experience working directly with impacted communities.

● Skilled in facilitation, communication, and relationship-building across diverse audiences.

● Understanding of participatory action research (PAR) methodologies and qualitative data analysis.

● Knowledge of the wider political context influencing economic inequalities and social justice issues.

Additional Information:

This role reports to the Head of Community Organising and involves close collaboration with the Head of Research at The Runnymede Trust. Initial priorities will include recruiting and mentoring two Regional Organisers to strengthen our presence and impact across the UK.

How to Apply:

To apply for this role and see the full job description, please visit our website, 

Deadline for Applications: 15th June 2024

Interviews: w/c 1st July 2024

We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace. We welcome applications from individuals of all backgrounds, particularly those from Black and minority ethnic communities and other underrepresented groups. Join us in making a tangible difference towards a fairer and more equitable society.

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New Economics Foundation View profile Company size Size: 0
Posted on: 16 May 2024
Closing date: 15 June 2024 at 23:30
Tags: Campaigning,Policy/Research,Management,Project Management

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